FRETS CONCERTS – Tickets Update


FRETS – ticket info re Robyn Hitchcock, Kevin McDermott, Tim Burgess, Hipsway, James Grant, Altered Images, JJ Gilmour, King Creosote, Roddy Woomble
We’ve come down a bit now after the excitement of having our FRETS concerts back in the Strathaven Hotel with two sold out concerts by The Bluebells (supported by Snowgoose, The Kingfishers, The Secret Goldfish & James Kirk).

Next up we have Robyn Hitchcock, supported by Kevin McDermott on Friday 1st Oct, which we’re really looking forward to. There are a few tickets left at this Eventbrite link if you fancy coming along.

We are delighted to inform you that James Grant will be returning to FRETS in Feb 2022, to follow his Nov 2019 concert at the Strathaven Hotel. James’ acoustic concert sold out really quickly, we expect this forthcoming concert will too. We will announce details of the concert on Monday 3rd Oct, please sign up to our social media pages for further details regarding tickets etc.

We have had a few ticket returns for health reasons, after our announcement that our ticket refunds deadline will be 1st Oct.  If you are interested in the following concerts it’s worth having a look to see if any tickets are available. 
Tim Burgess / Fri 29th Oct –
Tim Burgess / Sat 30th Oct –
Hipsway / Fri 26th Nov –
Hipsway / Sat 27th Nov –
Altered Images / Fri 21st Jan 2022 –
JJ Gilmour / Sat 26th Feb 2022 –
King Creosote / Fri 22nd April 2022 –
Roddy Woomble / Fri 13th May 2022 –

Finally, we will soon have a new website up and running, which will be the direct option for finding out about new dates etc. We’ll email you details as soon as we are ready to go live.
Once again, thanks for your support.

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